Anti-Racist Planning Practice: Indigenous Perspective

Date(s) - Dec 16, 2020
12:00 pm - 1:00 pm

This webinar is offered by APA Oregon Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion Group in conjunction with the Professional Development Committee


This webinar features a moderated round table discussion on anti-racist planning practice from an informed Indigenous perspective. Panelists will discuss:

  • Land acknowledgement practices and why they’re important;
  • Tribal and government relations, including key takeaways for planners working with sovereign nations and Tribal people who are unaffiliated;
  • Tribal land agreements and consultation, including best practices, legal requirements, and other strategies for working with Tribes related to long range land use planning, housing solutions, parks and recreation, and more;
  • Recognizing Indigenous people, places, and practices and how planners cross over and communicate with Tribes or other local Indigenous people.
  • Paul Lumley, Executive Director, Native American Youth and Family Center (NAYA)
  • Lori Tapahonso, Native American Student Program Coordinator, Lane Community College
  • Jason T. Younker, Asst. Vice President and Advisor to the President on Sovereignty and Government-to-Government Relations, University of Oregon

    Contact Information: [email protected]